Most organizations of all sizes currently utilize cloud services in some way. However, of the multiple cloud services available to them, cloud object storage represents the one they primarily use.  In most cases, they use it to store their archival and backup data. Storing this data in the cloud sets the stage for them to perform disaster recoveries and/or satisfy regulatory requirements. Others use cloud object storage’s data immutability feature to secure their data from the growing threat of ransomware. Still others view cloud object storage’s durability, resilience, and scale as their best option for long-term data retention. These reasons…
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